A wristwatch can speak volumes about its wearer's personality, from Timex ("I'm a fastidious man who values punctuality over style"), to Rolex ("Polish my wingtips, bitch"). For a watch that says you might be from the future, check The One.
Digital timepieces sporting sleek, binary-based time displays, TO's were designed by a sci-fi influenced NJ boutique that somehow failed to predict a world where watches are called "cell phones". Each TO keeps time via patterns of LED lights, each symbolizing units of hours/minutes/seconds (easy to get used to, though satisfyingly inscrutable to fellow elevator-riders). Most of the construction's stainless steel, with models ranging from the elegant, leather-strapped "Zerone" with its classic round-faced setting, to the Dick-Tracey-esque "Kerala Trance", to the long-faced jobby called Ibiza Ride -- so sexy you'll immediately subject your wrist to a blood test.
TO also offers one non-steel model that displays its digital innards under a facade of transparent plastic -- a vacuum-tubey look that says "My other computer's the ENIAC".